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Jul 05, 2022

Consumer Debt Isn't Stressing Banks — Yet


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Jul 05, 2022

NATO Is Sending the Right Message to Putin


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Jul 05, 2022

Private Equity's Goldilocks Era Is Coming to an End


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Jul 05, 2022

Corporate Profits May Be the Next Thing to Break


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Jul 05, 2022

Believe It or Not, the Market Has Three Silver Linings


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Jul 05, 2022

What's Crypto Lending, and Why Did Investors Get Burned?


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Jul 05, 2022

Why Payment for Order Flow Made Trades Free But Left SEC Skeptical


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Jul 05, 2022

Why Saving the Climate Requires a Tough Taxonomy: QuickTake


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Jul 05, 2022

What's Crypto Lending, and What Happened With Celsius?


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Jul 05, 2022

Villas at 55-plus Va. community come with lots of amenities


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Jul 05, 2022

Biden's Thorny Options for Changing the Supreme Court


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Jul 05, 2022

Deck, patio or porch: Which upgrade works best for your outdoor space?


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Jul 05, 2022

Private Equity's Woes Go Beyond the Deal Freeze


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Jul 05, 2022

Supreme Court Wages War on Public Sector Expertise


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Jul 05, 2022

Texts, web searches about abortion have been used to prosecute women


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Jul 05, 2022

One Billion Chinese Files Were Likely Leaked by Sloppiness, Not Hacking


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Jul 05, 2022

How long will your kitchen renovation take?


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Jul 05, 2022

How to drain swampy yards and stop wet basements


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Jul 05, 2022

People searching for abortion online must wade through misinformation


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Jul 05, 2022

Oil prices, stocks fall sharply as recession worries grow


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Jul 05, 2022

What Europe's push to simplify chargers means for you


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Jul 05, 2022

Crypto lender Vauld offered lifeline a day after suspending withdrawals
London-based rival Nexo offers to acquire as much as 100 percent of the troubled cryptocurrency platform

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Jul 03, 2022

Inflation is making homelessness worse
Rising housing costs, combined with persistent inflation for basic necessities like gas and food, have left more Americans newly homeless and millions more fearing they'll soon lose their homes.

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Jul 03, 2022

Bill to grant crypto firms access to Federal Reserve alarms experts
A new Senate bill would help crypto firms access the Fed's payment system. But financial experts warn the move could destabilize the banking system.

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Jul 02, 2022

She helped get Trump elected. Now she's raising crypto for Ukraine.
Brittany Kaiser, the provocative Cambridge Analytica veteran, has quietly evolved as crucial to fundraising for the government of Volodymyr Zelensky.

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Jul 02, 2022

Companies offer to help employees seeking abortions. It'll be tricky.


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Jul 02, 2022

British Skepticism of the Courts Has Deep Roots


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Jul 01, 2022

Remember RadioShack? It's now a crypto company with wild tweets.


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Jul 01, 2022

Google will delete user location history for abortion clinic visits


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Jul 01, 2022

Ellis Island immigrants weren't special — today's newcomers succeed just as quickly


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Jul 01, 2022

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Jul 01, 2022

Remember RadioShack? It's now a crypto company with wild tweets


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Jul 01, 2022

Biden's Misguided Vow to Change the Filibuster for Abortion
Is the president more interested in passing a bill or placating Democratic interest groups?

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Jul 01, 2022

A 3% Mortgage? Leveraging Your Stocks to Buy a Home
A hot new trend among would-be buyers is to borrow against their investment portfolios to access cheap funds as traditional rates soar.

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Jul 01, 2022

The best video games of 2022 so far
These are the best games of 2022, so far, on mobile, Switch, PlayStation and Xbox, starting with Wordle and Elden Ring.

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Jul 01, 2022

A Health-Care Cliff Could Leave Millions Uninsured
Pandemic-era spending to expand coverage won't last forever. But Congress can smooth the transition to avoid a crisis.

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Jul 01, 2022

What LNG Can and Can't Do to Replace Europe's Imports of Russian Gas
A crucial part of the European Union's plan to wean itself off Russian energy is to greatly increase purchases of liquefied natural gas from other producers. The EU, however, isn't yet equipped to receive enough LNG to replace Russian gas entirely and will need to outbid rival buyers. And because the world's supply of LNG can't expand quickly, routing more of it to Europe leaves other would-be buyers wanting.

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Jul 01, 2022

Why You'll Probably Get Covid (Again) Soon
Despite the general easing of restrictions, the pandemic isn't over. Most vaccinated people will find the biggest risk is reinfection this winter.

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Jul 01, 2022

Why Closer Ties Between Russia and China Have Democracies Worried
Rivals for centuries, China and Russia now have a partnership that has "no limits," Presidents Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin said in early February. The energy, military and political ties nurtured over the past decade between the world's two most powerful authoritarian states — both of which aim to upend at least parts of the US-dominated, post-Cold War order — have aroused growing concern among democratic leaders from Washington to Tokyo. Just weeks after the joint statement, when Russia invad

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Jul 01, 2022

What Are the Policy Banks China Uses to Spur Economy?
China's specialized policy banks were designed to help the government achieve its long-term goals in areas where profit-driven banks might be reluctant to lend. Beijing can also draw on them when there's a pressing short-term need to boost the economy. This year, as China tries to pull itself out of a Covid-induced economic weak patch, the government is calling on them for "national service" yet again.

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Jul 01, 2022

Anxious About a Recession? Start Thinking Like a Freelancer
Even in boom times, independent workers have to manage different income streams, budget and be able to pivot when the unexpected arises.

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Jul 01, 2022

Companies Need to Get Real About Climate Risk
The SEC's plan to require disclosure makes sense, with some minor adjustments.

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Jul 01, 2022

Crypto Meltdown Claims Rolex and Patek Philippe as Victims
Prices for the most popular secondhand luxury watches have peaked. It's the latest sign that the bling boom might not last.

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Jul 01, 2022

‘Technoblade,' a star Minecraft gamer on Youtube, dies of cancer at 23
The popular American online gamer prepared a message for his 11 million YouTube followers before his death — and finally revealed his real name, Alex.

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Jul 01, 2022

Joe Biden Has a Few Lessons for Gavin Newsom About Inflation
California's governor should know that more stimulus will lead to rising prices.

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Jul 01, 2022

Want to play Wordle against your friends? Try Word Fight.
Word Fight combines the puzzle format of Wordle with the competitive back-and-forth of Words With Friends.

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Jul 01, 2022

This tax season, IRS answered just 10 percent of taxpayer calls
It is taking over a year for some people to get their refunds amid a shaky economy.

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Jul 01, 2022

They waited years to make the Hajj. A web portal could stop them.
Saudi Arabia abruptly introduced a single online portal, Motawif, to book travel for the Hajj. It's botched rollout has likely robbed many pilgrims of making the journey.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

What the Falling Yen Means for Japan's Trade Partners
The yen's slide this year to two-decade lows may in the past have led to talk of a currency war, with the US and South Korea worried about the impact on their exports. But the biggest concern for global central bankers now is inflation, meaning Japan's trading partners don't view the weak yen as a major menace -- for the time being.

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Jul 01, 2022

What I love about my home in Northern California's wine country
TOWN SQUARE | A few years after they purchased the property, the Tubbs Fire swept through their neighborhood.

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Jul 01, 2022

Why Japan Will Struggle to Do Without Russian Energy
Japan's stake in a big Russian energy project known as Sakhalin-2 is in limbo after President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to transfer the rights to a new Russian company. Resource-poor Japan depends on Russia for its natural gas needs, which is why Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has been reluctant to make a complete break with Moscow. While Japan is working frantically to secure alternative supplies, a global energy crunch means that it will be challenging for the island nation to quit Russian

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

Why China Is Sticking With Its ‘Covid Zero' Strategy
Two years ago, China was being lauded by the World Health Organization for its success in beating the coronavirus. But its insistence on adhering to a so-called Covid Zero policy is leaving it increasingly isolated as other countries that suffered far-worse outbreaks return to a semblance of pre-pandemic life. Their populations have built up a large degree of protection through waves of infections and more-effective vaccines. Chinese officials have said shots alone can't prevent infections and s

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Jul 01, 2022

House adjacent to Congressional Country Club offered at $4.8M
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom, 15,700-square-foot house was built in 1995 by Griff Gosnell.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

From ‘frat house' to family home: A major remodel in Bethesda
The 1950s-era red brick rambler with a basement was a post-college hangout spot. Then came a wedding and eventually three children. When the place became too tight, the couple tapped their friend, a custom home builder, to remodel it.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

How to skim a privacy policy to spot red flags
The tips you need to read a privacy policy for the most important points and quickly assess a company's commitment to keeping you safe.

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Jul 01, 2022

The ECB Needs Positive Interest Rates Sooner Rather Than Later
Policy makers in the euro area need to accelerate their efforts to curb inflation.

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Jul 01, 2022

The Surge in Gas Prices Isn't as Painful as It Looks
Fuel expenditures aren't taking up a greater share of consumer spending than they normally do.

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Jul 01, 2022

Okay, Google: To protect women, collect less data about everyone
In post-Roe America, Google searches and location records can be evidence of a crime. Here are four ways Google should protect civil rights in its products now.

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Jul 01, 2022

A Basic Guide to ESG Investing and Why it Faces a Backlash: QuickTake
You've probably heard of ESG, and may know it as a form of investing and finance that involves considering material financial risks from environmental factors, social issues and questions of corporate governance. If you're like most people, you're probably not clear on the difference between ESG and socially responsible investing, impact investing and similar, sometimes overlapping approaches -- in part because ESG has come to means different things to different people. That vagueness has helped

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

‘Neon White' makes you feel like a speedrunning god, even if you suck
"Neon White" is already one of the best games of 2022.

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Jul 01, 2022

Erdogan Missed a Big Opportunity With NATO
Instead of acting the statesman in a time of crisis, the Turkish president played parochial politics. He has little to show for it.

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Jul 01, 2022

Forget ‘Cats.' These Musicals Belong in the White House
Listening to "Memories" calmed Trump down. But to keep presidents stable, they would be better off llstening to this motley group of characters.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

Former ‘Cryptoqueen' is now one of 10 most-wanted fugitives
Ruja Ignatova vanished in 2017, three years after allegedly masterminding a global pyramid scheme that defrauded investors out of more than $4 billion.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2022

How amateur genealogists helped shatter myths about immigrants
Using records digitized in part by amateur genealogists, economists have upended conventional wisdom about which immigrants succeed and why

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Jun 30, 2022

Stocks slide, with Wall Street closing out its worst first half since 1970
On the last day of June, the S&P 500 index is on track for its worst first half of the year since 1970.

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Jun 30, 2022

Post-Roe, can states ban employer abortion aid? It's not that simple.
Even after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe, some companies may be able to offer abortion-related aid to employees even in states where there is a ban.

Washington Post Business
Jun 30, 2022

Mortgage rates held in check as recession fears mount
The 30-year fixed-rate average fell for the first time in a month, dropping to 5.7 percent.

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Jun 30, 2022

Stocks slip, with S&P 500 on track for its worst first half since 1970
On the last day of June, the S&P 500 index is on track for its worst first half of the year since 1970.

Washington Post Business
Jun 30, 2022

Consumer spending growth slows in May, as higher prices weigh on the economy
Consumer spending has so far been a bright spot in the U.S. economy, even as inflation hits 40-year highs. But household spending slowed in May, compared to April.

Washington Post Business
Jun 30, 2022

Post-Roe, can states ban employer abortion-related aid? It's not that simple.
Even after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe, some companies may be able to offer abortion-related aid to employees even in states where there is a ban.

Washington Post Business
Jun 30, 2022

How to fix the U.S. labor shortage? Provide decent child care.
A desperate child-care shortage -- with parents lining up overnight to try to get day-care slots -- is making it harder for women to get back to work. And that's deepening America's labor shortage.

Washington Post Business
Jun 29, 2022

Companies in China are aiding Russia's military, U.S. alleges
The United States has placed five companies in China on the entity list over their aid to Russia's military.

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Jun 29, 2022

U.S. accuses companies in China of aiding Russia's military
The United States has placed five companies in China on the entity list over their aid to Russia's military.

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Jun 29, 2022

Three Arrows Capital falls into liquidation after crypto crash
A court in the British Virgin Islands ordered the crypto-focused firm into liquidation following a failure to repay its creditors as the value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have nosedived.

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Jun 29, 2022

FCC commissioner calls on Google and Apple to ban TikTok app
A letter tweeted Wednesday by FCC commissioner Brendan Carr is the latest push by U.S. regulators to ban the Chinese-owned app.

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Jun 29, 2022

FTC sues Walmart, alleging it let scammers access money transfer service
The retail giant dismissed the lawsuit as "factually flawed and legally baseless."

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Jun 29, 2022

Maker of Bored Ape NFTs sues artist for profiting off ‘copycat' images
Yuga Labs, whose Bored Ape NFTs have sold for millions of dollars, accused Ryder Ripps of trying to devalue its pieces.

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Jun 29, 2022

Is Prince George's still the richest majority-Black county in America?
The best data shows neighboring Charles County has become majority-Black in recent years, and incomes there are much higher than in Prince George's County.

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Jun 29, 2022

Where fun facts are serious business
What is the Department of Data? How do I contact you? Who is that dweeb in the illustration? How do I get an official button and ID?

Washington Post Business
Jun 28, 2022

Soaring inflation and $6.30 gas spur relief checks in California
The California measure is a response to high gas prices and inflation, Democratic lawmakers say.

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Jun 28, 2022

Drugstores ration Plan B contraceptives as Roe ruling sparks panic
The retailers placed purchase caps on Plan B and other pills just days after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

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Jun 28, 2022

Ernst & Young hit with $100 million fine over cheating on ethics tests
Hundreds of auditors at accounting giant Ernst & Young cheated on ethics exams, earning the firm a record-breaking $100 million fine from the SEC.

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Jun 28, 2022

CVS, Rite Aid ration emergency contraceptives after demand spikes
The retailers placed purchase caps on Plan B and other pills just days after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

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Jun 28, 2022

Leonardo Del Vecchio, Italian titan of eyewear, dies at 87
Raised in an orphanage, he went on to amass a multibillion-dollar fortune as founder of Luxottica, one of the largest manufacturers of eyeglasses in the world.

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Jun 28, 2022

Exports to Russia from China plummet, study shows
A new study suggests that sanctions have hurt Russia's international trade, even with countries not directly affected by them. But Russia's economy still seems to be functioning.

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Jun 28, 2022

Trump SPAC faces grand jury investigation
Digital World Acquisition Corp., the shell company that plans to acquire Trump's Truth Social social media company and take it public, has warned investors that the subpoenas could impede the deal.

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Jun 27, 2022

How Will Roe's Fall Affect Politics? No One Knows.
Even momentous Supreme Court decisions rarely affect elections. But this time could be different.

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Jun 27, 2022

Mortgage rates continue to escalate, move closer to 6 percent
Rates for fixed-rate mortgages have surged since the start of the year, rising more than two full percentage points.

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Jun 27, 2022

Fed interest rate hikes just made national debt a lot more expensive
By my calculation, the Fed's higher rates will increase the federal government's interest costs by about $128 billion a year

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Jun 27, 2022

Each state has its own rules governing estate taxes
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | There is no hard and fast rule when it comes to cash left in an account where the owner died and you need to figure out how to transfer that money to the surviving heirs.

Washington Post Business
Jun 27, 2022

Crypto's High Ideals About Freedom Take a Beating
The industry was outspoken about non-interference when the Canadian government froze assets of protesting truckers. Now platforms are telling people what they can do with their coins.

Washington Post Business
Jun 27, 2022

Three-bedroom townhouse-style condo in Lorton lists below $395,000
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | Built in 1994, this end unit has 1,524 square feet.

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Jun 27, 2022

With clock ticking, battle over tech regulation intensifies
The tech industry is pouring millions into a battle brewing over anti-trust proposals three years in the making.

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Jun 27, 2022

Why Margin Calls and Bot Liquidations Are Roiling Crypto
It's a vicious circle long familiar to those in traditional finance: trades made with borrowed money coming apart when the value of their collateral put up against the loans drops, forcing liquidations that in turn push prices down further. That pattern, driven by so-called margin calls, has come to cryptocurrency markets in a big way since prices began to slump broadly -- with some additional crypto-only twists.

Washington Post Business
Jun 27, 2022

America's Abortion Ruling Should Worry Us All
Roe v. Wade was a beacon for those fighting for the rights of women and minorities. Its end will now inspire those working against those basic freedoms.

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Jun 27, 2022

A ‘Price Cap' on Russian Oil — What Would That Mean?
Since the US and its allies decided to stop buying Russia's oil, there's been little sign that the measure is inflicting the kind of pain that might force President Vladimir Putin to rethink his war in Ukraine. Plenty of other countries are still buying Russian crude, and a surge in prices has softened the blow from the sanctions by bringing Moscow enough revenue to stave off economic collapse. So Putin's adversaries are weighing a new idea: make Russia sell its oil so cheaply that it can no lon

Washington Post Business
Jun 27, 2022

The UK Risks Entering a New Era of Economic Decline
Britain has enough problems without labor unrest adding to the threat of persistent stagflation.

Washington Post Business
Jun 27, 2022

How to Win the Hybrid Workforce Revolution
Instead of trying to block an unstoppable transformation in the distribution of work, employers should focus on how to manage it better.

Washington Post Business
Jun 27, 2022

Many Winters Are Coming. Start Saving Energy Now.
Europe's energy-intensive industries range from aluminum to chicken farming. All will be under threat of closure.

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Jun 27, 2022

Understanding Crypto Bridges and $1 Billion in Thefts
There's a reason bridges are more important than an average stretch of road -- and why holes in them are more dangerous. As the cryptocurrency world has grown more complex, more and more transactions have come to rely on so-called crypto bridges that enable transactions involving a wide range of tokens. In June, hackers looted about $100 million from crypto bridge Horizon. Even before that hack, money stolen from bridges had exceeded $1 billion, a stark reminder that just because something is us

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